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Friday, 26 November 2010

Discovering Seb's Market Cafe

A very pleasant discovery for breakfast - Seb's Market Cafe hiding on Broadway between Fraser and Main. Freshly made breakfast and lunch options (and yes, there are many options). "Eggs Any Style" come with half a dozen of accompaniments options (my choice was the turkey sausage). And omlettes, benny's and scrambled eggs come in half a dozen versions each.

Add to this a variety of coffees, smoothies and freshly squeezed juices, not to mention a full bakery (all types of breads made with whole wheat) and retailing of kitchen ware, dips and preserves, and fruit wines, all in less than 700 square feet of elegant space. 

The freshly squeezed orange juice was the hit though. It came to the table almost foaming with freshness that I thought they mistaken my order for a smoothie. But no, it was a huge glass of delicious fresh organic oranges squeezed few seconds before serving.

And for the best value in the city - large glass for $3.95!

Check it out, worth the visit. I hear it gets busy for weekend brunch, but it is open at 6:30 on weekdays and 7:30 on weekends - this may be the only breakfast option open that early east of Main.

Seb's Market Cafe
592 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC

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